Tomorrow is your last chance to get a partial refund for your October LSAT registration. If you haven’t done any LSAT prep yet, then you should probably withdraw your registration or change your LSAT test date.
If you have been studying for the past month, then you might not like your current practice LSAT score, but at this point few people do. You’ll see your best practice LSAT score sometime in the last week before the October LSAT. So, don’t rush to withdraw your LSAT registration just because you’re not hitting your ideal score yet.
It’s very common to feel overwhelmed and insecure at this point in your LSAT prep. The LSAT is tough, and there are a lot of concepts to learn. But right now you deserve to be happy with yourself if you’ve been studying hard. This basically means that you’ve covered most of LSAT Logical Reasoning, the modern LSAT Logic Games, and you know what LSAT Reading Comprehension structures to read for. Your LSAT score and your confidence will grow once you’ve had a chance to work on any remaining weaknesses and, of course, your timing. If you made it this far, it’s probably not a good idea to withdraw your registration tomorrow.
Also, keep in mind that you will still have until the night before the October LSAT to withdraw your registration. You won’t get a refund, but you won’t have to take the LSAT.
Keep working hard!